A tasty way to eat your Synbiotic is to make SuperSynbiotics jam. The jam takes less than 5 minutes to make and is delicious on coconut yogurt or chia pudding! The dietary fiber pectin in Synbiotic gives the jam the right consistency – without added sugar or heat.
This recipe is perfect for children and others who do not like the texture of Synbiotic, as the powder naturally becomes part of the jam in this recipe. It is also great for those who want to try a new and fun way of eating their daily dose of Synbiotic. The dietary fiber pectin is what is used in traditional jam to achieve the right consistency. Pectin is also one of the four dietary fibers in Synbiotic, carefully selected to complement the lactic acid bacteria. Therefore, Synbiotic works very well in this recipe – the jam gets the right consistency from Synbiotic and at the same time provides you with beneficial fibers and bacteria, without added sugar.
3-5 fresh organic strawberries (or thawed frozen strawberries)
1 sachet of Synbiotic
1. Mash the strawberries with a fork.
2. Add honey for sweetness (optional).
3. Add one dose of Synbiotic and mix – this will make the consistency similar to jam.
4. Serve with a breakfast or snack of your choice. (Note: Do not use the jam on hot foods, as the bacteria cannot withstand high temperatures. Room temperature, cold, or frozen foods are fine).
Mix with coconut yogurt or other plant-based yogurt (perfect for children).
Use as topping on overnight oats with nuts and seeds
Serve on gluten-free bread (e.g. Stig’s nut and seed bread), with sliced green banana and unsweetened, unsalted peanut butter.
Tip: You can prepare a larger batch to store in the fridge if you wish. Mash the strawberries and add a little honey if desired. Can be stored in the fridge for up to 3-4 days. Add Synbiotic right before serving. Feel free to be creative and try other fruits or berries in the jam, such as rasberries or blueberries.
Strawberries contain loads of vitamins, minerals and dietary fibers. 100 grams of strawberries contain about 2 of the 25-35 grams of fiber which are recommended to eat daily. They also have a relatively low glycemic index (GI) and are a good source of vitamin C and folate. Strawberries and other berries also contain the bioactive substance anthocyanin, which has antioxidant properties.
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